Accessibility Statement

We perform manual reviews of our products on an ongoing basis. We also use automated tools to identify accessibility issues.

This page was updated: 2021-05-31.

About this page

Everyone shall be able to use our digital products and services, regardless of functional variations or technical aids. For everyone to be able to perceive, manage and understand our services, we strive to achieve at least basic accessibility by following the WCAG 2.1 standard, at least level AA.

We also report on an overall level about the shortcomings we’ve identified regarding digital accessibility in our products and services. We also report on an overall level about the working methods we use to remedy those shortcomings, as well as how you as a user can report problems.

Top view picture from a classroom where students are working on their laptops and tablets

Accessibility Shortages

Our products and services are partly in accordance with the law on accessibility to digital service. Here we list accessibility reports for the websites and digital services covered by the just mentioned law. In direct connection with the respective confirmed defect, we state which requirement from WCAG 2.1 this defect does not validate to.


IST Administration

Some functionality of the content is not operable through a keyboard interface (WCAG 2.1.1).

No mechanism is provided to bypass the main navigation when using a screen reader (WCAG 2.4.1).

Some elements does not have a clear focus indicator when navigating with a keyboard (WCAG 2.4.7).

IST Teacher

Right now there are no reported deficiencies.

IST Student

Right now there are no reported deficiencies.

Report accessibility issues in our products and services

We strive to continuously improve the accessibility in all our products and services. If you identify an issue that is not documented on this webpage, or if you think we don’t comply with the law please contact us to inform us about the issue. End-users can contact their municipality, municipalities can report to us through our customer support.

Supervision authority

The Agency for Digital Government is responsible for monitoring whether the regulations are met. If you are not satisfied with how we handle your opinions you can contact the agency and inform them.